A 14yo asked me to buy her cigarettes. Should I refuse?
So I am sixteen and a 14yo girl asked me to get her some cigarettes. At first I was totally cool about it but then my friend got annoyed at me, telling me that it was unethical to facilitate it. On one hand, smoking happens, and her smoking is none of my business. On the other, smoking can really be harmful, and to buy a minor cigaretteswon't help her out of her predicament. What are your thoughts?
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This is a case of "Buyer Beware". Depending on state laws, a municipality is allowed to sell a clouded property with a "quit claim deed" which means they only sell the municipality's interest in the property and the cloud remains. A diligent buyer should discover what the cloud is that is tainting the title and determine if the title can be cleared (use a Title Company or attorney). If the cloud is environmental contamination that property must be cleared of the contamination under the laws of the state and the EPA. For protection the buyer should require a warranty deed from the municipality as a condition precedent to sale which would require the municipality to clear title of any defects prior to a sale. No person should buy a property without clear title for your own protection.